Thursday, 15 November 2012

Pakistani Bridal Dresses 2010

Source (Google.com.pk)
Pakistani Bridal Dresses 2010 Biography
Pakistani Dresses are rapidly achieving immense fame throughout the Fashion world; because Latest Pakistani Dresses are having traditional touch but in a modern way. Fashion Central gives you a complete outlook on the latest Pakistani Fashion Dresses, including the customary Pakistani Salwar kameez, special Pakistani Bridal Dresses and Pakistani sari fashion.

The last major function before the wedding is the mehendi. Mehendiwallis are called to the respective houses of the boy and girl and they apply mehendi to the palms of the female family members, and the hands and feet of the bride. A basket containing bindis and bangles is handed around so girls can choose those that match the outfit they plan to wear to the wedding. The Mehandi ceremony takes place in the atmosphere of a party. The bride and other ladies get mehndii (henna designs) done, on their hands and feet (most ladies get it done only on their hands but the bride gets it done on both hands and feet). For the bride the mehndi is sent by the future Mother in Law, which is beautiful decorated.

Pakistani women have variety of traditional dresses other than Shalwar Kameez but they mostly wear them in special occasions like Wedding, Engagement, Mehndi and other traditional ceremonies. Among these dresses Saris are very popular and its each design and color seems unique from the other e.g. Lehenga Style Sari. Lehenga is another popular dress which resembles with skirt but a typical traditional dress. Gharara and Sharara are two resembling dresses which are often used in ceremonies. Farshi Pajama is an old traditional dress which is worn occasionally. Laacha is worn in Eastern part of the country, its a dress which resembles with Dhoti from its lower part.

On the wedding day the rituals at the girl’s home begin with the Chuda ceremony. The oldest maternal uncle and aunt play an important role in the performance of the ceremony. Chuda is basically a set of red and cream ivory bangles that is touched by all present which is gifted by girl's Mamma (mother's Brother) the girl does not see the chuda until she is ready for the marriage. People touch the chuda and give their heartiest wishes to the girl for her future married life. Also, they sprinkle flower petals on the bride. After that, the girl’s uncle, aunt, friends and cousins tie kaliras (silver, gold or gold plated traditional ornaments) to a bangle worn by the girl.

Vatna/Haldi Four lamps or diyas are lit and the bride is made to sit facing them. Oil is constantly poured into the lamps, so that the glow from diyas is reflected on her face. Vatna involves applying the paste made from turmeric powder and mustard oil all over the girl’s body by her female friends and relatives. This is done to make the girl look more beautiful on the special day of our life. This ritual demands that the bride to stay at home in her old clothes for a couple of days before her wedding. Ubtan is supposed to bring glow on the bride's and groom's body especially their face. This tradition is also known as Shaint in some cultures. After this ritual, bride and groom are constrained from meeting each other until the wedding ceremony. 

Pakistani Bridal Dresses 2010
 Pakistani Bridal Dresses 2010
 Pakistani Bridal Dresses 2010
 Pakistani Bridal Dresses 2010
 Pakistani Bridal Dresses 2010
 Pakistani Bridal Dresses 2010
 Pakistani Bridal Dresses 2010
 Pakistani Bridal Dresses 2010
 Pakistani Bridal Dresses 2010
 Pakistani Bridal Dresses 2010
 Pakistani Bridal Dresses 2010
 Pakistani Bridal Dresses 2010
 Pakistani Bridal Dresses 2010

No comments:

Post a Comment